Chromebooks have become the computer-of-choice for many kids, for a number of reasons. They’re relatively inexpensive. They’re lightweight. And they’re easy to maintain.
Polaroid’s been synonymous with instant photography forever, and now the company is using a new technology, from a company called Zink (as in “zero ink”), to bring a instant photos to a new generation.
Headphones come in lots of varieties. You can buy cheap ones at the drugstore or office-supply chain, and you can buy very—very!—pricey ones elsewhere. Consider Master & Dynamic’s wireless MW60 headphones.
What’s the best activity tracker out there? The Times likes the Jawbone UP.
In considering in-ear headphones under $30, the Wirecutter tested 40 (after evaluating about 150). That’s a lot of listening.
Molly Wood, of the New York Times, offers a thought-provoking take on the game console debate: Do you go for the Xbox One or the PS4? Her conclusion? The PS4 prevails.
Roku already makes easy-to-use set-top boxes, but now Roku plans to introduce streaming-ready TVs.
New parental controls for Chromebook computers may make these a suitable choice for kids.
Imagine this: You have something resembling a lens, but it’s a camera, and you’re able to attach it to your smartphone or else control it remotely from your phone. That’s the idea behind two new cameras from Sony, the QX10 and the QX100.
What are the best apps? That’s a subject for lots of debate, but Business Insider has named what it thinks are the top 100.